GEORGETOWN, Texas - The Sewanee women's lacrosse team completed a weekend sweep in Texas with an 18-10 victory over Southwestern University Sunday morning.
INSIDE THE MATCHUP
Final Score: Sewanee (9-3) 18, Southwestern (3-7) 10
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HOW IT HAPPENED
-The home team started the first seven minutes of the contest with three of the first four goals scored, but the Tigers took off. In a 10-minute span, the visitors went on a 5-0 run to push the lead to 6-3.
-The teams traded goals until the 2:41 mark left in the half, when the Pirates, trailing 8-5, netted a goal to push the deficit to 8-6 at the half.
-In the second half, Sewanee put the contest out of reach with a 10-4 second half.
-Grace Zechman recorded seven points against the Pirates on Sunday thanks to five assists and two goals.
-Brianna Young (4-3) saved two shots in 24 minutes for Sewanee in goal.
SOUTHWESTERN KEY STATISTICS
-Allison Cook scored three times for the home team to go with four groundballs, draws and caused turnovers each.
-Claire Harding (2-2) saved four shots in 41 minutes in the cage for the Pirates.
Sewanee will next travel to California to take on Redlands on Wednesday night.